In this penultimate installment of his series on a puritan doctrine of union and communion with Christ, Patrick Ramsey considers the comfort “this glorious union with Christ” brings to dying saints and to “their surviving mourners." ...Read more
Dr. Henry Jansma continues his exposition of the 39 Articles with its article on the effects of our sin nature on the freedom of the will.Read more
Ryan McGraw reviews a recent book on the view of the Law of God in the Westminster Confession of Faith through the lens of its key influence, Anthony Burgess.Read more
Ryan McGraw continues his series on the covenant theology of Patrick Gillespie, looking the covenant of redemption.Read more
Joel Beeke concludes his short series on key Puritan preachers with the doctrinally astute, John Preston.Read more
Bob McKelvey continues a series “Bite-Size Bunyan” to share John Bunyan’s writings in summary form. The second "bite" again comes from "Some Gospel Truths Opened According to the Scriptures" (1656), written in contrast to the Quakers...Read more
Nearly four centuries before Rod Dreher was lamenting the decline of Christian culture in modern America, 17th century English Puritans were searching for their own ways to maintain true religion in a largely hostile society. Join guest writer, Amy Mantravadi, as she introduces us to Oliver Heywood...Read more
Patrick Ramsey speaks of the comfort and encouragement of the doctrine of union and communion with Christ in giving us dignity and honor and assurance. ...Read more
Our latest giveaway of two copies of "Beyond Calvin: Essays on the Diversity of the Reformed Tradition" by Bradford Littlejohn and Jonathan Tomes...Read more
Dr. Henry Jansma continues his exposition of the 39 Articles with its article on original sin, corruption, and human guilt.Read more